Investigate historical riddles that have never been fully resolved by reading texts and examining various historians’ views. Classes are conducted on a biweekly basis and no stone is left unturned. The first topic is the assassination of John F Kennedy; suggested reading is The JFK Assassination: The Evidence Today by James DiEugenio (Simon & Schuster 2016). Future topics will include the Salem witchcraft trials, the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine, unsolved mysteries of World War II, and the Roswell Legacy.